Harry Wall, III

Harry King Wall, III

February 16, 1970 - May 7, 2020
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Harry King Wall, III, age 50, of Edgewater and previously Pasadena, MD, passed away on May 7, 2020. Born on February 16, 1970 in Bangkok, Thailand, Harry worked in marine construction. He enjoyed football, cooking, ordering food, fitness and dancing which he passed down to his daughters. Most of all, Harry simply loved being Dad. He treasured sitting on the couch with his daughters watching Spongebob. He always found joy in taking his youngest daughter, Molly, to the carnival, and watching her excel in all her activities. Harry also liked joining his friends for happy hour, putting smiles on people’s faces and living on the water. He shared a close relationship with his mother and sister. He was a loving father, son, brother and friend who will be missed terribly. Harry is survived by three daughters whom he cherished, Chrisha and Arielle Wall and Molly Lentz; his devoted mother, Sommai Gossard; and his sister, Chrisha Gossard. Due to social-gathering restrictions, all services will be private. Online condolences may be offered using the Memory Link at the top of this page.
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Jerry Simmons

Posted at 12:43pm
Miss you buddy !

Jerry Simmons

Posted at 01:53pm
I have so many memories with Harry & very thankful for the time we spend together. Harry had a huge heart. I still can't believe this is real.I only wish I hadn't broken away from hanging with him but I did have my reasons. We had the best time driving to Daytona Beach together from Maryland for spring break after high school. We reconnected after many years & made more memories together. I will always miss you my friend. I love you buddy !

Kelly Roselius

Posted at 01:36pm
Harry, we've known each other so long. We had laughs, we cried together, you've wiped my tears and told me how much I deserve, we looked out for and checked up on each other. Another "big brother" of mine taken too soon. You are loved and will be greatly missed. Give "our brother" Will a big hug. R.I.P. Love You Always, Kelly

Mary Jo Duvall

Posted at 06:31pm
Sommai Richard and I are very sorry to hear about your son’s passing. May you find comfort knowing we are all praying for you. Love, Mary Jo

mark marsteller

Posted at 08:39am
Sommia, So very sorry to hear the shocking news of Harry passing last week.
Harry and I spent many lunches at Szechuan talking about sports players
and current games. He was very knowledgeable. He was always a good "source"
about the inside news and goings on in the restaurant, which I looked forward
to hearing. lol........We always got along, and will miss him.
Mark Marsteller

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